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Old 02-22-2018, 10:03 PM
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hmmmmmm, the new cat production has filetered into the sub 29’-30’ class



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Two Cayos hit the water today. I only have pics of mine but ryan has to be a happy man as well . BEST CHRISTMAS EVER!



Old 02-22-2018, 10:29 PM
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Can’t wait to see more rendering of this boat.
Old 02-23-2018, 01:53 AM
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That's nice
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Old 02-23-2018, 04:01 AM
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Pretty cool transformation from SUP's to skiffs to this Cat. Hope it lives up their motto of Quality over Everything
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I like the lines of the hull. Not as boxy as many of the non-performance cats we see nowadays. Hope the deck is a true hybrid layout with multi-function front deck and open rear.
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I’ve been waiting for this
I hope it is built for speed and shallow draft
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Calcutta just found a competitor
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Originally Posted by Icatcher22 View Post
Calcutta just found a competitor
Hopefully it will ride much better than a Calcutta.
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This is a great looking boat and the beam is going to make it feel huge. I like the idea they are going to have an open option as well. I’m assuming they are going for speed with the stepped hulls. Can’t wait to see more pictures.
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Originally Posted by JCC123 View Post
Hopefully it will ride much better than a Calcutta.
I thought the Calcutta is a good riding hull?
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Very cool
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Nice.
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I was gonna post something on this as the company is local to me, interesting ..... very curious on price point.
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What is the company’s back ground? I thought I saw something about paddle boards and a few small skiffs.
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Originally Posted by cp5899 View Post
What is the company’s back ground? I thought I saw something about paddle boards and a few small skiffs.
yep -- largest they make now is an 18ft skiff, they seem to make a nice skiff but quite a jump to a 26ft Cat

the bandwagon is getting out of control
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I hope it’s still an offshore 26’ with the option for front and rear casting decks.
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The CAD drawing is impressive looking.
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In to watch this unfold. I think Bill at Prowler is also looking at doing a bay cat as well, right?
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Looking forward to seeing this build

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